Saturday, February 9, 2008

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

I meant to post this the other day.

Our Craft Club Christmas card sale to raise money for the school's Appalachia project was very successful. Apparently, it got noticed. The National Honor Society has decided to imitate our efforts and are going to have- they think!- a Valentine's Day card sale. However, whoever is running this project clearly has no experience with making cards. How do I know this?

During the morning announcements on Thursday (Feb 7), there was a reminder to all members of the NHS that their design ideas for the Valentine's Day cards were due that day. ideas due one week before they need the cards to sell.

Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but asking for advice is sometimes a better idea.


Suzanne said...

Oh my someone is in for a BIG surprise.....

Lee said...

Oh soooooo true!!! It sure is fantastic that they love your idea.......but it really would have been more successful to get help from said idea-maker!! Well, rock!!! :)